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With a theme of ”Planet vs. Plastic,” the 54th annual Earth Day offers a bounty of opportunities to celebrate nature in Northwest Philadelphia. more
The coalition of Northwest Philadelphia civic groups and organizations working to keep SEPTA’s regional train lines open wants to make them "cool" again. more
After two years of sitting as a burned-out hulk in the middle of one of the Chestnut Hill business corridor’s busiest blocks, Hiram Lodge has been listed for sale. more
This agenda includes a schedule change; please read carefully. more
Joe Khan’s campaign announced that it has now raised more than $1 million. more
Grief coach Naila Francis will lead a walk through nature for anyone in mourning, noon to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 13, at The Farm at Awbury Arboretum. more
The Norwood-Fontbonne Academy community is mourning the loss of Deborah Wood and her husband, Stephen Wood Sr., who died April 4 at their home. more
A steady circling of winds marked a "not quite baseball weather… yet" kind of day for the first day of Chestnut Hill Youth Sports Club’s Junior Baseball. more
When buildings throughout Northwest Philadelphia started to rattle last Friday at 10:23 a.m., it took most people more than a minute to catch on.  more
Morris Arboretum & Gardens was but one of the many Philadelphia-based institutions that sponsored community gatherings for Monday's eclipse. more
March 28. Shoplifting. Complainant reported an unknown offender entered Weavers Way Co-op with a large backpack, filled it up and left without paying. more
The biannual warehouse sale on Germantown Avenue typically is offered in the spring and this year’s April 5-6 sale is no different. more
For meeting information and to register for online Zoom meetings, go to: www.chestnuthill.org/meetings more
The state Department of Community and Economic Development came through with a final $1.8 million that Mt. Airy needs to get started on its crossing project. more
One person’s trash is another's treasure. Now is the time to collect your unwanted clothing and treasures to donate them. more
The Pennsylvania House is advancing modest campaign-finance reforms during an election year that likely will see a torrent of hard-to-trace spending. more
A controversial plan to develop the Greylock Estate remains in limbo this week because so many people showed up to speak. more
People fighting illegal dumping in Philadelphia want the new mayor and City Council to change the rules at city-run sanitation convenience centers. more
Judging from the comments in the Skyspace guest book, reactions to the program are unanimous – the experience is indeed wondrous.  more
Common Pleas Court Judge Ann Butchart heard testimony supporting developer  Ken Weinstein’s effort to take control. more
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